The Internet Librarian Conference in Monterey, California (yes, Monterey) hosts a conference within a conference for school librarians each year, Internet @ Schools. I’m fortunate to now be part of the planning for the Internet @ Schools, which focuses particularly on cutting edge internet/technology use for school librarians.
If you are interested in being part of the conference, consider submitting a detailed proposal soon! As an attendee you can attend all the tracks across the field. The conference is an interesting blend of both public and private(independent) librarians as well as law librarians, academic, public, business and more–which makes for interesting learning and networking. Last year I especially enjoyed hearing the Fashion Institute Librarians and Harvard Innovation librarians present, as well as many of the Internet @ Schools track speakers like Tasha Bergson-Michleson of Google.
And if Monterey is too far for you, consider the Computers in Libraries conference in D.C. next spring instead, which is the sister conference!